Happy Labor Day, Slice'rs! What a great My Pie Monday to sit back and enjoy the hard work of your fellow pie enthusiasts. Incorporating the fruits of their gardening labor, jimmyg tops his pie with lots of garden tomatoes and livefreeorpie uses homegrown marinated zucchinis and roasted red peppers. We've got donut peaches and goat cheese on a pie from amusebouche1, a fig and prosciutto pie from TXCraig1, and a mock Jet's pizza from Norma427. Dmacavanagh is also back in the pie-making swing of things with a New York style pizza with extra cheese. Plus, we have a quartet of Margheritas, each unique, from Scott D, olsonmatt, ourpunkkoala, climbhighak.
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Happy My Pie Monday! There are pies to be inspired by in this week's line up. If your interest has been piqued regarding Greeks, Norma's pie will make a convincing case. Or maybe like amusebouche1 you'll find inspiration from high falutin sandwiches, or try replicating a renowned pie, in the steps of Climbhighak. But then the season's bounty seems like inspiration enough based on Paul T's yellow tomato sauce Margherita, the Swiss chard and onion pie from Jimmyg, Tim Kuhn's pesto and tomato pizza, and the arugula topped pie from Scott D. If bold toppings are your thing, take a page from dhorst's recipe book or that of ToteM'Gotes!
Welcome back to My Pie Monday, Slice'rs! We've got some good lookin' pies in this week's line-up. Lacey Muszynski and Pizzablogger create a square pie double feature with a cameo by Paulie Gee's secret tomatoes. Norma427 works a little Mexican manteca into her dough and dhorst gives her Za'atar Zucchini topped pie a pretzel salt crust. Plus we have a pizza topped with foraged morels from Cary, clams casino from sunra, a beauty of a NY style pie by Ev, Wucactus1 creates a classic Margherita, Climbhighak makes an Italian meat pizza, and ScottWiener gives his mom the best Mother's Day present of all.
Oh, boy. A ton of great My Pie Monday submissions this week and lots of great inspiration from the likes of ESNY1077, hmw0029 (an unconventional MPM but super awesome; see above!), Pizzablogger, Pizzasnob, Marisa R., Kevin B., dhorst, Dave Martin, climbhighak, and James S. Check out the slideshow above and see if it introduces you to your brand new favorite pizza!
"Short and sweet: Not many New York/Naples-style pizzas to be found in Anchorage, Alaska. So I am working them out on my own.
These are all-natural-yeast-from-sourdough pies cooked in an electric oven. I did the Varasano hack [That would be disabling the self-clean cycle lock-out —The Mgmt.] and am reaching temps around 815°F...."